We here at Southern Oregon Foot & Ankle grieve for our patients who have lost so much due to the wildfires. If you have lost your diabetic shoes due to the fires, we may be able to help.

If you meet the following criteria, please contact our office and let us see if we can help replace your shoes at no cost to you.

  • You are an established Patient at Southern Oregon Foot & Ankle.
  • You have received diabetic shoes by us within the past 2 years.
  • You have lost your diabetic shoes to the wildfires.

Our best wishes to each of you as you face these difficult times.

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